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.o.d., that team was decided not to send the team to coordinate on the ground response to help facilitate the f.b.i. interest in benghazi. you remember it took 24 days the f.b.i. team sent to gain access to compound if benghaz benghazi. we understand that secretary clinton did call to the f.b.i. on the night of the attack and ask that agents be sent. but at that point, the counterterrorism officials are baffled in the wake of the decision on that night and days afterwards by the administration not calling together this very senior counter terrorism security group, bret? >> bret: again, they were not called upon. they were not activated and they would have been in a situation like this. >> this is a group, not just the csg but the fest team, after the embassies were attacked in africa in 1998 and the u.s. cole was attacked, the team is deployed usually. they weren't deployed and the counterterrorism security group was not put in place. there is a degree of frustration as to why the top levels of the administration were not willing to call the terror group together. >> bret: okay. jennifer griffin wi
, ever since the e-mails that were uncovered by former fbi director louis freeh became public over the summer. it clearly implicated graham spanier, the president of penn state university, for 16 years in knowledge of the allegations about sandusky and going along with the decision not to report them to child welfare authorities. in this one e-mail from 2001, where spanier says -- agrees, not to report this. that would be a better, more humane approach to sandusky, not to report it. just ask him to try to get some professional help. and what the pennsylvania attorney general said today, linda kelley was, he was part of a conspiracy of silence that put the sbrets of jerry sandusky over the welfare of those children. >> what are the implications of this for penn state? >> the school, as you know, is facing massive lawsuits from those victims. jerry sandusky is now convicted, gone off to state prison, 30 to 60 years, that will take care of the rest of his life. but all the eight victims in that trial are likely to sue as well as now the lift of victims who have been identified to penn
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